We had tried to host a P7 information meeting on Tuesday of this week but, unfortunately, a number of parents/carers were unable to access this event. We had hoped to re-schedule this to Monday coming at 5pm. Despite support from IT colleagues at the council, testing this morning has shown that some people may still not be able to get in on the software systems that are available to us. We would rather not have people trying for a second time to get in and being unsuccessful.
We will record the presentations and make these available to all P7 families next week. We will also provide a way for any families to submit any questions that they have to the school.
I am sorry for any inconvenience and disappointment caused.
Please be assured we will do all that we can to make sure that your child has a successful transition to St Andrew’s.
Renfrewshire Advice Works is a money and debt advice service available to all Renfrewshire residents.
The service offers free, confidential and independent advice on money and debt issues including budgeting, negotiating with creditors, and mortgage and rent arrears – as well as checking individuals are receiving all the benefits they are entitled to.
Well done to some of our Primary 4 and 5 children who submitted artwork to their teacher during the school closure. Everyone’s artwork is being included in this online event.
We received a lovely congratulations video for the team at the Exhibition.
This year’s theme for P4-7 was ‘Fruit and Vegetables’. Have a look at our gallery below to see our entries.
Of course there are always a few stand out pieces of artwork, and so two of our young artists have been selected to receive a highly commended award. Well done to Mia and Hannah who received this award!!
You can visit the Virtual exhibition from Friday 26th March by clicking on this link:
Please click on the link below for the letter issued by the Director of Children’s Services regarding the temporary asymptomatic COVID test site . The site is for anyone who lives, works or goes to school in Ferguslie Park.